Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 2, 1933 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
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^OAS crrYl, Feb. 2&-Mr. and Mrs. ]§(o)vard Moorie and spn H(cbard ^ere Sunday dlnnei* guests iQ Idia g ^tae borne Mr: and Mn. U. M. . Mrs. Jenni^ Whitney and children ot, jlola visited Sunday at the home oif Mr, and Mrs. W. H. MiiUins. , liombers oithe Ladies' Aid society are! practicing on a play, which they Will present in the near future. , B(Ir. and Mrs. Dell Adams and family motored to Redfield Sunday to visit relatives. Mel) Diehl and daughter Ei- jii ^d ~Ben Buckingham of south Ola, Mrs. Lee Malon^, lo'la, and o. EOmer D^vis. Kansas City, were iday 'afternoon -visitors at the —Jie of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. EUs- • worth. sir; and Mrs. J. W. iower of Salem district visited the hpi^e of the tetter's sister, Mrs. C. R. 'Carmainj pf East 6as. I Mr. and Mrsj Wash Barker are moving from the Bell property to a f4rm south of Gas. 'Miss Violet: Holten spent Satur- d^yf night in LaHanJe with Miss Alveina Glenn. ; Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Fine, Kansas jclty, are visiting relatives here. Edmpn Bradford Kidd spent Sun- daiyl with N. H. Stroud.'; , M. E. Church prayer meeting will be neld at 8, jo'clocfc Thursday evening at Sherman Dickersoh's.; . Herman Folk and son Lavernc of loiB were dinner guests Sunday at the home of [the former's mother, Mrs, May Boycr. Mr. ind Mri. Joe Webb and Mrs. MaiFd Miller if Wichita and Mrs. Bill Davis of I Wichita were, callers Sunday at the|Toro Webber home. , Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hayworth of Saivonburg called Sunday afternoon at the home 6f Mr. and Mrs. Edward Riissell. { Misses Alvena Glenn, Alice Harri/s, and Esther Moore, ol L&Harpe, and Miss Fern iHolten attended the fish supper and program at the Lutheran churbh In Wannersburg Monday night.! — fom Paul aiid Lionel Morgan are expecting to leave in a few days for LeesbuJ[g,-Va., where they have employment. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boucher attended a funeral at LaHarpe Monday. . Mrs. Dell Adams has received word that her!sister, Mrs. Willis Osbom of Percy, Iowa, had undergone an operation at the university hospital there. J " Ted Bogan of "Selma visited Sunday at the Bert Damitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and nephew from MoHt-Idaj visited last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rosebaugh. j Mrs. C. R. Cpirmain of East Gas was a calleir Monday' afternoon at the home of Mis. Lena Perkins. Mrs. Artie Smith of Colony visited Saturday at the M. S. Skeen home. j Mr. and Mrs. WUllam Hamilton and children visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. John jCarroll. . Mr. and Mrs^ J. H. Snyder and daughter, Marybelle, Chanute, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Snyder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Berry. MI-; and Mrs. John , Schief elbine and children, Lillian and Elwood,' visited Sunday evening; in Bassett at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Monninger. | Mri arid Mrs. | Ed Pierce, Wichita, are the proud parents of a son born January 14. He has been named Benny Berry. jMrs. Pierce, before her marriage, was Mis^ Mary Berry, and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berry of (3as. Alvja Tompkins and Clint Boyd visited friends in lola Sunday evening'!, i Arthur, Beedlrig is assisting Grant Weston in moving to Derrick, Mo. Mrs. Mary Jane McOrew has received word thati her brother-in-law, M. E. Miller, bf Beaver county, Okla.. is serlousV ^ 'n k hospital at Liberal, Kan.! John Schlefelblne spent Sunday afternoon at the home of his parents. : • • ! Mrsj. Sarah Mar^ left Sunday for her home inj GIrard. Mri Ethel Scruggs and Mrs. Phil Pickenng of Kincaid called Sunday to se^ the former's brother, Clyde Miller. The lattler is somewhat improved in bealtli. , ! Mr. and Mrs. iThurmari Morris of Djianiond district;, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maley arid children, Spring Branch, visited_Sftturday with Mr. and Mrs. M. SJ Skeen. Mrsi ileiUT' Mrim-iBleiBted-PiMMciit of< MEapU) Onm E^ulent^l^eKeir Inauguration will be a "blue' for Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt! Fbr the costume she will wear • at the ceremony will be of blue shades that have been named for her, and the above pictures, especially posed by her, show how she will appear when she becomes the First Lady of the Land. The gown (left) is of Eleanor ue crystelle velvet —a two|-piecffJ York, and the above pictures are peplum dress with an unusual double-draped surplice front. Th^ long sfeeves taper -to tight cuffs.] The straightj-line, but flaring ghtly at the iwttom, is ten inches- the floor. The gown and coat, well as the matching accessories, ! mad^ by Arnold Constable!, New copyrighted by the firm. The coat (shown right) is made of a darker shade of crystelle velvet, called Anna blue. It is three-ciuarter length with shirred scarf coUar and epaulet shoulders. The hat is of Aima blue Milan straw, and purse and pumps are of matching blue kid. New York—Trie Columbia University Spectator, jmdergraduate publication, says more Uun a score of students are selling their blood in order]to continue in college. IThe average price per transfusion is 44S. :- Associate Dean jNicholas McKnight said the university was making efforts 'to meet' pie financial emer-, gency lamong undergraduates in-such a way that earning money through blood jtransfusions will hot be necessary.' "Mai." said a i^wspaper man's son, "I know why editors call themselves •we'}' i "Why?" i "So's the mari that doesn't like the j article will think there's too rnanyipeople fo^ him to tackle." STAR VALLEY (Shirley Nigh.) Feb. 27.—Simday dinner guests at the S. E. Wilson home were Mr. and Mrs. ^larry Bums; Carthage, Mrs. J.j H. Wilson, Miss Frances Wilson, Idla, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burgess, Kknsas City, Jirhmie Kenneth and B6bby Sutton, lola. Miss Ella Beth Nichols spent Wednesday and Thursday with Miss Wan Tippin, Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Schmidt spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Amelia Works and family, Humboldt. Miss Dona Isbell spent Sunday with Miss Esther Steely, lola. Harold Ray spent Sunday at the home of his grandmother and aunt, Mrs. Almlra Hay and Miss Anbell West, lola. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Brown, Ores­ cent Valley district, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kaufman spent Saturday evening at the J. Paul home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hunter spent Saturday evening at the Ray Lower home. Mrs. Ella Land.. lola, spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McCoy. Miss Edith Middleton and Mr. Merd Allen, lola. spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Cooper and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burgess spent ladt week at the parental Wilson home. Mrs. P. X. Willenburg caUed on Mrs. Fred ChurchUl," Humboldt, Monday. Mrs. J. F. Nigh was a Sunday din­ ner guest at th^ J, Paul Nigh iiome, ]c. N. Tnister' and daughters, Ima, Lois and Glennis, spent iday morning with Mr. and Mrs. allls Bales and^ daughter Louise, lUtheast of lola. Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Bair and family. Crescent Valley district, sl^nt Friday evening with Mr', and Mrs. Clyde Moss and family, i [Mrs.'Elsie Kester spent Sunday with her father! W. P. Pereau, south of town. , JMrs. Dale Nichols and Mrs. J. E. Nichols spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. P. A. Sicks. Little Patsy Ann McCoy who has bfen quite ill with pneumonia; is proving. e r. and Mrs. J. M. Cooper spent day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles ir and family.' ^ {Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cillisple and wen '^arie spent Sunday after- n«)n with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Flenner, Dedric, Mo. jMr. and Mrs. Clyde Moss and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. ^ Cooper. > Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Gordon, lola. spent Sunday afternoon wlth| Mr. aiid Mrs. J. E. Nichols ahd family, ^r. and Mr*. O. M. liiompson d Mr. and Mrt. F.; M. Murdock. _, spent Suriddy afternoon iwlth . and Mrs. J. P. Ulta and faniily. , iport of StJtf Vafleir school for the shtth tnfahih eiidihg February I ^•. Niiml ^^eafalledi boys 19. | girls' Is. total 82. lliosfe i perfect in attendance [Site follows: Marie Stickle, Seuft ItibeU, Lester Nigh,! Harold Hdy/Gwen Marie Gilllsple, i " Howim Ray, "Those havihg 100 ' per cent in spelling for the entire month are: Dona Isbell, Lester Helle, Dale Kaufman, Ray Overman, Glen Kaufman, Mary Sicks, Edythe Moss, Lois lYuster, Virginia Nigh, Harold Ray, Shelton Moore, Howard Ray, and Donald Nigh. Widow: "1 wunt the gravestone to say, 'To my husband,' in an appropriate place." And the inscription read: "To my 'boldt, who has" been Seriously ill for iLDT, Mkr. 1,—The regU' lar ne^ltog of inp Relj^aha' was held "fudKiay evening in the'I; O; O. If. hill With a fj iriy .good iattendi ance. we regret that ttie name of Mrs. J. Ht Armel, who gs ve ah IntcrestihgF pap«r at the Muiic club Mbbday afterhoon. was inac vertentiy omitted Irom^ our rejib^. i 'Mis. -G. A. BrooBe and Miss; CSef- triide i:<eitart)acb, both of HUmtkiiat; attended a mcetinj of .the Unity ! club at Tola Mondi y. ' The Hqmbbldt firenieii gave a dance at tlie Fussnlian hail Tuesday night. /InVifcatlons werie sent' to maiiy Humboldt -esidents, arid' a good' crowd was pwsSint. The'flre- men'k dance is an janniial affair in Hmtiboldt. and Is always well atr tended. The Metribdists tield their fhial official board= ttieetl ig in the church Wednesday evtinUii \ making final' ! plans prior to the liolding of the ; last services of the curi«nt cortfer- I ence year. The ar riual ttjufetencje ; of the denomination Will be held at ' La^tfrence next weel. , i , Ap Interesting and exciting; basketball game was Jiayed Wedhe^s- day evening in th0 1 igh scliool gyriif- naslum before a capacity crowd, be>^ tween the Mumboldtl Jiihlbr high and' I Independence Junioi high teams, the i score being 30 to a in favor of the Humboldt team. Mrs. Henry Mycb was elected president of the Miplc Grove Parent-Teacher assocliition, southeast of Humboldt, in connection with the Ifcbruary meeting held Monday night. Other offlceh elected were: Miss 'Margaret Raiish; vlce-presli- dent;' Mrs. Park Myers, treastu-er; and lillss Leona Hdnsen, secretary. The program included a song by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gartright and son. Dr. R. V. Car;wright, a song by Ehner and Everptt Lichfield; a jdialtlgue and dance by Lola Breiner and Hazel Seldl; and music by Clayton Toutman ^nd LJoyd Smith. Refreshments were serVed. A "get-together" supper and program was held in tiej basement of the Presbyterian chijrch Wednesday evening, and was atljended by about 100 members and friends of the church. The ladies ofi the church served a splendid sapper, following which the chairman of | tlie program introduced Charles K. Schaffner, who acted as toast naister for'tlie evening. The following program was glvgp: Introductory -eriiarks by Mr. Schaffnerutalk by MrsJ G. W. Horn representing the Missionary society; talk by Dr. J. A. Campbell on the Sunday school work talk by Mrs.' Bunnell for the Social society; talk by Clara Hixon onC. E. work; talk by Mrs. Markle on junior C. E. work; talk by H. H. i^I(k;!ellahd for the choir; talk by L. T.j Cannon for the church, also two numbers by a 'male quartet. ! Miss Ava Thornhlli 6f Humboldt Ti^asMn <3hanute We^inesday aftei^^ noon transacting business. Mr- John Squire, aauth of Hum- MEDEkAL JUDGE is CHarBea-lhyialvote Iri thc^Hc with: '.'tyranny and' oppression, ft voritisriit and' cdnspiiisCy;" Pedejb Judge Harold bouderbaok of Fraitclsieoi fiicesi trial in'^iieu: Sehatfe, where a;tworthlid* vdt would iinpeachj and' rembve him from', office. Only three U ijudgeshave ever been thujs removed. Charges of irregul6Tltle«:inri celvn-ship cases' wwe cited 'i the House. ]vlfbkTR FAIRVIEW I .'MTK-Oscar Jbnaadn.i TOTJAVKAKgAfT Silver Ucaf district ynlon membeo gave • an entertainments and oyster . : supper for^ their members at the ^ •i"::^'*' '^•"'•"^vbalL'in'LaHarpe Saturday night. S^artdlled on-Miss Mary Stowy.^^jxjut 2(»imrtnBer3^were prM^^ mtyff 'Ilst^Wpe-SlUIday. : ;:':i: j^rs. Oscar Johnson and L. D. called on Mi-s. Harry Peet Friday tiyjOae poising, away of • Jii^ afternoon. ^S.^«S^^th^rS- Mi-s. Elmer Jones and children ^^dsyn^pathyto.thebereiave^ j^^.,^ ^^^^^ g^^^^y ^^„^^ _ , Mrs. Oscar Johnson Thursday aft-;'* Miss pCTOtny Stinnett spenv pnioon - . • WedbeBday night with Miss Wini> , „ ".^'•',"• ^ r, frort"Mf^eiovor^ - ^ > Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Smart and ir?o.«lCiwe\er., i.i Mr. arid Mrs. Jack Lit'teer attended »0r. and! MrsJ Oscar Johnson; an^: the Trucbv. .•=ale at Ga-s Friday aft- Ifc; Dl called on friends, at Mtoraft; ^rnoon. i^^^^^ln^'is^Ui.. h„„ h«.„ .i, • 1 ^' ' Mrs. Ed Cox. Mrs. Hoy Stevenson. -£?^Sfe ^d^s C ^"'l ^^^^••A'i- Stinnett attended i^nA^ iWtm<U,^«?.i^^iiv fV Sunshini; club at the home of Mrs. s.5^S&u^"k"^£ S;4, "'-'^^ ^-"'^''^ 'of iKtadrtit' is idrivUlg the trudt lot Miss Mable Johnson, of LaHarpa hlfn for a^ few days: • - - ,v.-a3 the Buest of Miss Winifred Mc- .T»enty-eJglit' famiUes of: j^i^-: Keever Saturday night, vjeiv dlst^lrf, riiembers of the Parnr-i'. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peet vi.sitf>d CTJs^^j^^nj^^o^^^^i^Cep^r^^^A^ Clyde Taylor's in lola Sunday. -__ ^ ^P-. sustained another .stroke of paza |v- sis this afternoon, and grave feara are entertained for his reaivery.] Mr. arid Mrs. WlUlam Sinclair dm the proud parents of a son born to them Sunday morning. Pcbrui^ry 28. He has been plveh the natfie James Royal. i' ; Mlw Annd Mary Spauldlng, R.JN.. lis In Humboldt, taking care of Mrs. jWllltem Sinclair and the little son .bom test Sunday. I ' I Deiiiar; Bastbum, southeast of Hlunboldti, Is reported to be very ;lll With pneumonia.! j OuB Wbolf of iHumboWt was in Erie'Monday aftem9on for. the irantaction of important business] I MTd. J.Hi Armel and Mrs. C.'A. Brooke, both bf Humboldtvwere ris- fiistant hostesses at the regular pieeting of the lola music: club rit [ola Tuesday afternoon.. Mrs. J. F, Flynh andr other relatives of Humboldt entert,ained Mrs. Flynn's daughter, Mrs. John Koppers and children, of MDran, oviar the week-end, Mr. Koppers bringing them home Sunday evening. W. Simmons a)h>niinc ('.4 ifiy. atlditioii of Jimmi Room for ihe bi'lUi/if of f}i.'''ch\h} iutti<'iit:\ ryixrifdhi Clllli])pccl to »>a/:f (lc )lj '!:.t ,l;/ j)lr'l>i(ilil (hid illfri- (•yfi'iifj foi- rliiltlrcif.. I Your iiiy.))(rli(i/;- iiiril'd, Opi'ii Sfihirdctu a (I {yrtiun; mid iTfiiinf/. \\\., R ()rTn',WAsinHf;'r()N Tok'iJiionc 217 Kan.'--11.-; husband. In an appropriate place.''Habput 3V- years, is rejjorted to have 6 0,00€^ auto owners are saving hard earned dollars by insuring with the FARMERS. EXCHANGE Reliable, standi aril protection al very low rate, j G. F. KLINK I Grange Office, lolo, Kans. Phone 1137 ws qoure and SSS9 WHEN YOliR DAUGHTER COMES TO IfVOMANiiOOD vegtj ipound Moit girls ia a toaic aad rtgn^ latof. IGive yjpur daugbterLyoiaE. PiaBhiffl'iy ubl«IComp< for cb^ fl«xt aioo|tbs. Teici cfiiicai liffl*. htalcbr wU« tbankjrpa.-: Sola til §o6d d»t Itofiec. SPRING SALE GrtOUP 1— $5 .95 GROUP 2— $9 .95 In these two group.s you 'll find every Ifaahion yoiir heart could desire for Hprinp! , I ^rlntH and plain color.'^. in crepeK and sheers and etich a marvclons ynlue nl its j^rice, Al! si'/es. Qftx SGi?£ Sfiop G »OOip MORNING. Mr. Kansan! Here's a giftfor you. See! It's Kansas' own J. Hawk perched on a gay little sticker for ypur car! Let me put it on for you, so everybody and his family, wheeling up and down Kansas will know that there goes one more car LOYAL to KANSAS." So says the Kaflsao working at a Standard Oil service station. Nothing gives him a >igger thrill than giving you your "loyalty label." He knows he's helping Kansas. Of course, he gets a kick JH out of it. What Kiansan wouldn't? You will TOO! "Kansas Gasoline for^lECan- sas CMS !" What a war" cry! |- Ajnd what a chill it's giving old General repression! Every time y6u need gasoline you can h;lp the "Buy-it-in-Kansas-Movement," i • • ' ! and the plans of the Kansas Co-6perative I " ' .. League. .And remember also that when y6u buy Standard Gasolines you are buy- it\g motor fuel unsurpassed excellence. Royalty Label" is yours any Standard Oil service "The Kansas! fc r the asking ai station or dealei- in Kansas ... ancl a fel- w Kansan will put it on for you. Remember! The gasoline you buy ftjom any Kansas Standard Oil service Stjtion or dealer is made Kansas crude. Yipu can SURE it's Kansas gaso- lie e if yon get it at Standard Oil stations. I WE GUT PRICES ON Automoliile Supplies Glutmpion! Spark Pings, for aijy i c4r (reconditioned), each 39c tiLTJE SEAL MOTOE OIL • (choice of ligfht, medium qr h^avy, S|.A.E. nurhbers 20, ao orj40,;l gallon ...40c 5 ffaHohs ..,...^1.19 BLUE SEAL TRACTOR OIL.S Clio ce of light, medium isc heavy, S.A.E. numbers 50, Cj) or 70, 1 gallon SOp. 5 gaUons S2.24 GREASES—Deep Cut Prices Cop Grease, ^1 lb. .15c Cup Grease, 5 lbs. 48e Pressure Gun Gresise, 1 lb... 18? Pres^are Gun Grease, 5 lbs..G7(! Gear Grease, 1 lb. ; 1.: 18o Gearj Grease, 5 lbs. : 69c ' BLUE SEAL BA'STERIES , : 100%! i^ew Slateriils, Guaran.i teed 1 year, Exchange Prices^ 13 jPlate ^. $3.83 15 {Plate $4.89 17 Plate $e.7a Dodge 12 ivolt $7.83 I DRY BATTERIES 45 Radio "B" Standard ....99c 4ft Radio "B" Heavy Quty $i,3» i'/j ^olt "C Batteries 19c; Teleplione C|ells, each 25c FLAJSH LIGHT BULBS AND . BATTERIES 10c Single Cells, eacti ...Sc. Flash Lamp!Bulbs, any size. .9c COVERS—ForlAny Car: boach Front Scat, pair 98c front dr B«ar Seat : nlplete • ..98c: lipadstfir or Coupe 98c- rANCO CORD TIRES Deep Cut Prices IJ9-21:. .59-20 I ..... i.75-19 i 1.09-19 1 -20 L..... 15-21 1-20 i-21-i;v:r.. I HIGH PRESSURE , 32 X 4 1 S4.69 .•S3 X i 'A 54.69 QUALITY REP TUBES 3» x3k 59c 29 X i4a 30 X iSft » x;i75 5.90 Btgjoon .... 5.25 or 5.5» BaUoon «.0O o^ SJiA BaUoon 5 Tr«c^ 33 X 6 Truck FCRD T ACCESSORIES «).8a nwMat* -390 7Slb Floor Feeds 29ci 91JO ! >'ord Feed and , Pedti Set 79c Up to SLSa Side Curtains. Odds and Ends, each —25c 1'IRE ACCESSORIES 90c Tre fipnp ..; 39c SL50 rire Pump ....98c 2Sc Ci Jjs Tube Patch 9c 15c Sick-in Boots 8c lOo T^be Patcltlng Cement..5c $1.25 Reliner, small Ures... .79c' .. .52.88 ...$3.53' , ..S3.49 ...S4.20. ..S4.49 . .84.65 . . .S4.93 . ..S7.29 . . .$7.49 .64c 74c .....84e 98c| ....SU9i .. .Sl.«l ....S1JI9 .S2.98 LAMP BULBS—'. PRICE Tail Lamp, any; car Ge 21 CP. Single or Double.... 13c 32 CP. Single- or Double 16c 20c House Light Bulbs, ! 15, 40 or 61) watt lOc Farm Light Bulbs 15, 40 br GO watt 23i- Mill Ty lie Mechanics Bulb. 23c RADIATOR CAPS—Any Car Jtist received a ; large supply— highly' nickeled, $1 values 49c PISTON RINGS 12 Ring Compression Set any car i $1.20 12 Ring Oil Saver Combination Set, any car ., $1.56 1$ Ring Compression Set any car S1.80 18 Ring Oil Saver Combination (Set, any car ., S2.34 Inner Rings, any size, each..7c PARTS—FORD T valves, .standard ior oversize. 11c Fan Belts, any year ..19c Spindle Baits, each 13c 75c Timer and RfiUers 35c 15)6 Coil Points, jialr 7c Headlamp Reflectors, each .45c Transmission Lining, 1015-25 Set with Rivets ;39c Si^mc at above. 1926-27, set. .45c Generators, e.xchangc ...,$2.75 Generator Armatures txchangc ., S1.45 Timer LoomM, 1S2C-27 25« Connecting Rods, exchange 49c FORD A—PARTS Coinjilete Water Pump ...91.95 Cajrburator (KUpzr power) ,83^38, Igfiition Points, set agg Condensers s25c Vailves .. 2«c Ring and Pinion Gear, set $5.95 Generator Brushes, each 8c Coils, each $1.68 Timing Gears, std. or .003.$lJi9 Exhaust-Manifold $1.89 Geoeratoni, exchange ....$3.98 , Armatures, exchange S2.98 Sindle Bolts, each S9c 209 Other Farts at Cut Prices PARTS—CHEVROLET ' S1.2S Ignition Wire Set for 4 or 6 cylinder 49c Fan Blade, 4 or 6 pass. cars;.34c Fan Blades truck, any yeair 56c Ui^iversal Joints, truck or Passenger ears $2.29 S3.25 Clutch Plate, with facing $1.25 Bell Housing, pleasure $1.31 Truck ......$1.39 Connecting. Rods exchange.M< Starter Motor Housing .... .95c Many Other Parts in Stpck POLISHES and ACCESSORIES Trial size Golden Star 10c 60c Simon. Wax or Cleaner. 39c $1.00 McAleers pint 25c Washing Sponges ... 75c Chamois- 25c Polish Clothes TOP -DRESSINGS 6Cc Can^, !i pint SCO Cans, 1 pint £1.50 Cans, quart 88c 50c Top Polisli 19c .79c ..14c ..39c ..19c ..•38c ..58G MDREWS & SON AUTO STORES lOLA—11 SOUTH WASHINGTON I CHANUTE-H215 EAST MAIN •i,noa I U-yoai'-old field grown- <r---=*ss--^^ J>lortm this year. EVERBLOOMINC ROSES -will I BUy VnsHABD'S SEEDS. Si.x 2 ')c oiie.s or 1 35c pnes or :] SOcionoN i. -1 $1.00 Cheapest and Best Garden Seed 1j\> TPK( All Oar Seed. \ Wishard Hdw. & Seed Company. TESTED lOLA, KANSAS

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